Your home just suffered damage at the hands of a storm. Whether it is from hail, a tornado, high winds, or another form of weather, you need to be prepared for what comes after the storm passes. It is becoming more and more common for storm-chasing contractors to show up at your front door looking to scam you with the promise of quick work and low costs.
Everyone knows the old saying that April showers bring May flowers— but sometimes it isn’t just a little shower. Severe weather, which can be prevalent during the spring, is something you should be prepared for year round.
It seems every room in our home is outfitted with consumer products both large and small. While these items may help you in your day-to-day life, they also can pose a risk. Understanding these risks and how you can prevent them is an important part of being a homeowner.
A residential fire happens every 66 seconds in the United States. And unfortunately, these fires cause upwards of $10 billion in damages annually. The good news is that many of these fires can be prevented by simply being aware of fire hazards around your home or apartment.